|Statement||By C. Oscanyan. Illustrated by a native of Turkey.|
|LC Classifications||DR427 .O81|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, -456 p. incl. front., illus.|
|Number of Pages||456|
|LC Control Number||05009264|
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Title: The Sultan and his People Author: C. Oscanyan Release Date: [EBook #] Language: English Character set encoding: ASCII *** START OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK THE SULTAN AND HIS PEOPLE *** Produced by Jeroen Hellingman and the Online Distributed Proofreading Team at for Project Gutenberg (This file was . The Sultan And His Subjects Revised And Brought Up To Date By The Author With A Frontispiece, ISBN , ISBN , Like New Used, Free shipping in the US People who viewed this item also viewed. Like New: A book that looks new but has been read. Cover has no visible wear, and the dust jacket Seller Rating: % positive. Best Books of the Year • Times Literary Supplement, Publishers Weekly Longlisted • Andrew Carnegie Medal for Excellence in Nonfiction Editors' Choice • New York Times Book Review “A stunning work of global history Alan Mikhail offers a bold and thoroughly convincing new way to think about the origins of the modern world A tour de force.” —Greg Grandin. Suleiman was born in Trabzon along the east coast of the Black Sea to Şehzade Selim (later Selim I), probably on 6 November , although this date is not known with absolute certainty. His mother was Hafsa Sultan, a convert to Islam of unknown origins, who died in 9 At the age of seven, Suleiman began studies of science, history, literature, theology and military tactics in the.
Unfortunately, the reader does not get much of feel for Suleiman as a person, except for his domination by Roxeline and his modesty as reflected in his poetry. Moreover, the book is a popularization that is based almost entirely on secondary sources - Clot breaks no new ground and offers very few primary-source quotes to flavor his s: Suleiman the Magnificent (November 6, –September 6, ) became the Sultan of the Ottoman Empire in , heralding the "Golden Age" of the Empire's long history before his death. Perhaps best known for his overhaul of the Ottoman government during his reign, Suleiman was known by many names, including "The LawGiver." His rich character and even richer contribution to the . The harem refers to the area of the sultan’s household that belonged to the women. It was a perfectly sealed sanctuary with no view or direct route to the outside, accessible only to those who knew the route. It contained living quarters for the sultan’s mother, his wives, his sisters, his daughters, and the female servants and slaves. Ibrahim Pasha, who suppressed rebellions in Egypt and Anatolia was like the keystone of Ottoman state. Hafsa Sultan died in and few months later, Sehzade Mustafa (the first son of Suleiman by Mahidevran) was appointed to Manisa as governor and his mother moved with him. Hurrem was not the only sultan of the palace.